Vertical Limit Adds Native Salesforce ISV App, FitBliss, for Employee Wellness

Eric Bicknese FitBliss Salesforce Vertical Limit

Eric Bicknese, CEO of Vertical Limit

Having FitBliss inside of Salesforce drives a larger pool of adoption for both our our office and technical field teams.


Vertical Limit selects FitBliss Wellness to provide employee wellness directly inside Salesforce. With many employers facing the struggle of employee wellness participation, Vertical Limit, a leading provider of wireless infrastructure services, decided to meet their employees where they were most engaged, inside Salesforce, for their wellness needs. FitBliss, the leading native wellness application on Salesforce, provides Vertical Limit employees an integrated, single-sign-on experience within Salesforce. After kicking off the program with a select number of employees, Vertical Limit has already seen over 80% adoption, with an additional 30% of their employees registering to use FitBliss.

“It’s all about having an engaged team. This is a pretty big deal to have a (FitBliss wellness) program like this,” says Eric Bicknese, CEO of Vertical Limit. “An area FitBliss shines over the competition is that it’s built on the Salesforce App Cloud; allowing us one integrated platform with a consistent mobile first user interface to all our core business applications.” Vertical Limit’s Benefits & Wellness Manager calls this approach a “Healthy Commonality” to unify all their teams with their wellness interests. Recently, one of the Vertical Limit’s team members, who works remotely in the field, mentioned to Tracy he’s taking the stairs instead of the elevator because of the current FitBliss Floors Challenge. Tracy added, “It drives motivation, and helps with productivity.”

Vertical Limit has made an innovative decision to simplify access to health education, fitness challenges, and activity tracking. Employees at Vertical Limit have joined FitBliss for the simple fact that they’ve seen a workout or a health tip show up on their internal Social Network. “We’re seeing people move from email to chat-based systems, to provide in-context communication,” says Eric Bicknese. “The power of providing in-context communication is key, this is where having FitBliss inside of Salesforce drives a larger pool of adoption for both our office and technical field teams.”

How Vertical Limit is winning with FitBliss Wellness:

  • One integrated platform with Salesforce & FitBliss for high employee wellness adoption & engagement
  • Provide a social platform to find a “Healthy Commonality” for all teams to unify and engage everyone.
  • In-context communication (versus emails) drives employee communication, knowledge, and productivity.

About FitBliss: FitBliss is a 5-Star Rated Salesforce ISV Application on the Salesforce AppExchange. For innovative enterprise organizations, FitBliss socially connects employees on their health and wellness, gamifying wearable devices and fitness apps, and providing productivity-driven health recommendations. With our patented millennialized employee wellness platform, FitBliss clients have reached record high wellness participation & achieved healthiest employer recognitions. FitBliss has participants in 6 continents & includes clients from companies like: MedeAnalytics, RhythmOne, California State University East Bay, Vertical Limit, & Fusion Risk Management. 1.415.562.8437.

About Vertical Limit: Vertical Limit is a leading provider of infrastructure services in the wireless telecommunications industry. Our team of wireless experts Plan, Build, Modify, Optimize, and Maintain wireless networks across North America. Driven by our Midwest work ethic and fueled by our proprietary software systems, Vertical Limit can be trusted to deliver on your biggest challenges. Headquartered in Minnesota with offices in Colorado, Texas, Wisconsin, and Illinois. Vertical Limit is based in the Heartland, but our reach is coast to coast.

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